Today we're excited to publish our final issue of 2017 and complete our 10th year of amazing Toyota adventure!The entire…Read More
Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like…Read More
As you’ve read, we really would like to keep the #Project4 GX-460 as economical as possible, while providing an upgraded…Read More
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It nearly 50 years ago in January 1967 when the first official SEMA show debuted under the grandstands of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. At the time, the show featured 98 booths and approximately 3,000 attendees. It was not until 1977 when SEMA moved to Las Vegas where it’s been growing rapidly ever since. Today, the four-day event attracts more than 140,000 attendees and over 2,400 exhibitors from all over the world.
It’s back! After a year-long hiatus, while the team at Toyota tinkered away in their lab, the 2017 model year is bringing back the TRD Pro Tacoma. I am sure, if you are anything like me, that when Toyota announced the package earlier this year you poured over the release with a fine-tooth comb to see what goodies would be included. Although the updated Tacoma flagship brings with it several factory-installed upgrades, keen observers will have noticed the Bilstein shocks and struts found on TRD Pro Tundra and 4Runner were replaced with new TRD-tuned equivalents from Fox.